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and the way in which latino catholics catholics are more likely to support the democratic candidate -- it will not be as good as from deducter in future election as it has been in the past as a bellwether. one of the things that we've focused on the election season is how the catholics vote is important how it can be seen a bell bellwether or swing vote. in between the different religious groups here. these are from exit polls from recent election. you can see, it's a percentage of the groups that are supporting the democratic party candidate. either for the president or off year election for the member of the house. and you can see on the right there the furthest column to the right those are people with no religious affiliation and those with another religious afghanistan which is neither christian or jewish is heavily supporting democrat in the last decade. you is see protestant they haven't won in the last decade either. i wouldn't expect them to have any chance in the election either among the prod accident. the catholic vote is the one that is swinging back and forth. it's the
into her story of civic engagement and getting people involved particularly young people and the latino community. folks often said alex will only win if young people, to vote and only win because he can speak spanish but again i won the election because we got average white middle-class votes in the community who got out and voted for me. that is just a real practical look plan can do is look at who is registered to vote. we spend time trying to expand the voter pool and we have to focus on the voters who we know are going to get out on election day to actually vote. >> there is a neighborhood in a college town and it is called that because it's 97% students and college students everywhere. it ended up 35 people voted of those 3000, so you know we targeted them more than any other race. >> it great conversation already and we need to add one more voice to it. >> that is a tough act to follow certainly but i want to thank the mayor's and the berkeley center for giving me the opportunity to be here. a funny story i would say, we were sent an e-mail saying bears a series of events and sai
in essays, and they can benefit students who are not poor orla -- or latino or black. there were black and latino students who are higher academic grades and not admitted in the same class in which she was denied admissions. i think the tough thing is that there's a larger pool of students who are qualified for admissions than can be offered admissions to every university so invariably, people are upset when they are not admitted, but it's not because race is considered # among the 12 things that are considered. >> host: mr. taylor? >> guest: i noticed earlier, towards a possible area of consensus, it's a sensitive topic for a long time, but if you seen some of the transparency idea we argued for in the brief and the book, we don't argue affirmative action, but a major remedy is make public how the system works. it's now very secret, very secret. no university voluntarily makes public how much weight it gives to race nor how well the people who are admitted with lower scores how well they do. if i was coming in from high school now, i'd want to know that sort of information before i de
% of latinos. romney has to have more than 60% of white men and this is where they are concentrating on these little tiny pieces right now that they are greeted try to move around and not get rattled. i can't place and if emphasis on early voting. the obama campaign takes the early voting so seriously. they hit the ground game that is totally devoted to this connect campaign manager says the idea is no r-ks. >> finish line, not where you start three >> if mitt romney loses a key figure going to look at why they didn't unveil the mitt romney that they saw in debate number one because that is a much different candidate. >> my guess is they had some focus groups that fought he looked too aggressive. >> you didn't need a focus group to tell you that. >> welcome i don't know. i think that they wheeled him in, don't you come seriously? he was so -- you said that in the beginning could he follow instructions because he had to kind of tone down a little bit. >> when he said you're probably right, that is proof of what he was saying. >> quick representing the obama campaign, we wrap up the sh
. [cheering and applause] the european, african-american, asian, latino, everybody near as i could tell, the only thing they had in common the wide array of extremely impressive tattoos. these people get what they're doing. they know they're making america energy dependent. they are -- fighting global warming. they are liberating you from the independence and nevada and california and eventually all america can be self-sufficient and environmentally responsible and create more jobs. and -- [cheering and applause] the president opened new federal land for responsible gas and oil development. he's not against that. he wants us to do all the above. how can we not go after solar and wind power when every ncial study said -- in the capacity to generate electricity from the sun and wind. how can we turn away from the fact germany on a country -- in london -- on a sunny day last spring generated the equivalent of 20 nuclear power plants worth of electricity from the sun alone. [cheering and applause] why in the world would we walk away from that future? the answer is follow the money. follow t
to romney have an advantage now. you start to see democrats, african-americans, latinos get excited after tonight's debate. >> the debate opened on a very fast pace. martha raddatz was not going to be jim lehrer and they started with an obvious vulnerability for the administration, which is benghazi. they had a very sharp exchange. and then not, one of ryan's soundbites of the night came out, which was the foreign policy is unraveling. i think where the clip of that exchange. flesh academy can talk about it. >> is this a massive intelligence failure, vice president i? >> it was a tragedy, martha appeared chris stevens was one of the best. i can make two commitments to you. one, we will find and bring to justice the men who did this. and secondly, we will get to the bottom of it. wherever the facts lead us, we'll make clear to the american public. whatever mistakes i made will not be made again. when you look in president, martha, it seems to me should look at his most important responsibility. that is caring for the national security of the country in the best ways to look at how he handl
or entirely latino school who becomes class president would get some points because he has or she has proven that they foster or can deal in a diverse environment. that's understood the plan, that it's not just giving you a plus because of race. it is combining that with other factors. >> there is a plus because of race. many factors in the decision. might i say that the white student president of the class in a different school is a measure of leadership. leadership is an independent factor in the pai. he's not getting a point because of his race. he's getting that because of his leadership. but his recent tour criteria to argue for anyone. it is an independent add-on, something they can use to boost a pai score or element in any way they like as they contextualize it. is that it's not necessarily, not narrowly tailored. it ignores alternatives and gives disparate treatment to asian-americans because they are minorities as well enter the extent it depends on the classroom factor, there's simply no way to relate or fit what they are doing to the solution of the problem, which they use as a m
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